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Check out this great MSN video – Carrie Fisher

August 3, 2013

Check out this great MSN video – Carrie Fisher.

Harrison Ford On Returning To Star Wars: ‘I Won’t Say It’

July 20, 2013

http://www.accesshollywood.com/harrison-ford-on-returning-to-star-wars-i-wont-say-it_article_82051?__source=rss%7Cimdb%7Clatest-originals

First Published: July 19, 2013 2:48 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. —
Caption Harrison Ford is seen onstage at the ‘Ender’s Game’ press conference during Comic-Con International 2013 at San Diego Convention Center on July 18, 2013 in San DiegoDespite rumors and rampant fan speculation that Harrison Ford will return in the upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VII” the actor played it coy when Access Hollywood caught up with him at Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego.

“How does it feel after 30 years – after you wanted Han Solo to die in ‘Return of the Jedi’ – to be playing him again?” Access’ Scott Mantz asked the 71-year-old actor on Thursday, who was on hand to promote “Ender’s Game.”

“Um, uh, uh, hmm,” Harrison mumbled, stopping himself from either confirming or denying Han Solo’s return in the J.J. Abrams-directed “Episode VII.”

PHOTOS: Hollywood Stars At Comic-Con 2013

“Say it!” Mantz pressed.

“No… I mean, I won’t say it,” the actor continued.

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Harrison was equally evasive about the idea of another “Indiana Jones” movie or a sequel to “Blade Runner.”

(WATCH: Check out Harrison’s funny faces when asked about the returning to play his most famous characters again!)

As for “Ender’s Game” and appearing at Comic-Con for a second time, the actor was excited to be in the midst of all the fanboys and fangirls.

WATCH: Comic-Con 2013: Harrison Ford – Ender’s Game Was A ‘Fun Experience’

“I’m glad to be here with a movie that I think is a really good, good movie,” he told Access. “It was a fun experience for me to be involved in it. I like the work that other people did and I’m pleased to be here.”

“Star Wars: Episode VII” is slated for release in 2015. “Ender’s Game,” with Abigail Breslin and Hailee Steinfeld, hits theaters November 13.

— Jesse Spero

Rumor: Star Wars Actors At D23 For Episode VII News?

July 10, 2013

Rumor: Star Wars Actors At D23 For Episode VII News? Posted by Eric on July 10, 2013
Club Jade points us to an interesting report from The Hollywood Reporter about Disney’s Star Wars plans at their D23 Expo.

Insiders say some Star Wars actors may be making appearances during the D23 Expo, confirming their participation in the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel trilogy — which is expected to hit theaters in 2015. (Filming is expected to begin in early 2014 in the U.K.)
Obviously, several former cast members have already expressed an interest in returning to the saga, including arguably the two biggest stars, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher. But both of them will be at Celebration Europe II, which is a few weeks before D23, and the idea that Disney would hold back Episode VII news at CEII in favor of D23 is more than a little bit disappointing. That’s not confirmed, though, so we’ll just have to wait and see.

http://www.theforce.net/story/front/Rumor_Star_Wars_Actors_At_D23_For_Episode_VII_News_153052.asp

Star Wars’ Mark Hamill at Comic Con – a Celebs.com Original . CELEBScom

July 2, 2013

Published on Jul 17, 2012

Celebs.com sat down with sci-fi legend Mark Hamill, who is joining Stan Lee’s fan-centric YouTube channel “World of Heroes” as the host of an unnamed podcast.

Hamill gave us his best Harrison Ford, Christopher Lee and Sir Alec Guinness impressions, talked about crazy “Star Wars” fans and tells us who he would have played if he were never cast as Luke Skywalker.

For more info on your favorite personalities head to http://www.celebs.com.

Category Entertainment

Bish’s Biz | Carrie Fisher . ten·

July 2, 2013

Published on Jun 28, 2013

Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars franchise, drops in for a chat ahead of her appearance at the Aussie Supernova event

See more at tennews.com.au

Category News & Politics

Once a princess, always a princess . ten

June 22, 2013

Published on Jun 21, 2013

Carrie Fisher has spent the last few decades pursuing a successful post-Star Wars career, but it’s her role as Princess Leia that reigns supreme for fans

Category News & Politics

http://geektyrant.com/news/2013/3/19/harrison-ford-looking-forward-to-star-wars-episode-vii.html 

May 15, 2013

http://geektyrant.com/news/2013/3/19/harrison-ford-looking-forward-to-star-wars-episode-vii.html

 

Star Wars Episode 7: Hamill wary about Skywalker role

May 14, 2013

 

In an around about way, he basically confirmed that both Fisher and Ford are both on-board for Episode 7 although he has not spoken to Ford personally about this. Hamill states that he has not read a script or met up with J.J. Abrams yet and understands his busy schedule at the moment with Star Trek Into Darkness, but he imagines that the roles of Han, Luke, and Leia will be similar to that of Obi-Wan in the original films.

 

He acknowledges his age within the film and feels that it is now time for younger cast members to be involved in all the heavy action parts, but also highlights his hesitation about revisiting the franchise with concerns that great Star Wars memories could be damaged. In the same aspect he also concedes that it is a project which he couldn’t miss out on.

 

As a long-time Star Wars enthusiast I was never a big fan of Hamill and Fisher and felt that their acting skills were not among the elite, but these comments from Hamill seem refreshing and honest and you can’t help but get the feeling his is also a big fan that wants the next trilogy to do the franchise justice.

 

Do Hamill’s concerns give you more confidence about the future of Star Wars?

http://www.inentertainment.co.uk/20130510/star-wars-episode-7-hamill-wary-about-skywalker-role/

In a recent Q&A session with Mark Hamill he mentions a meeting he had with both Fisher and George Lucas where he informed them about new Star Wars movies in the pipeline. In addition, he also confirms he had discussions with Kathleen Kennedy and emphasised the importance of not going into full-CGI with the new trilogy.

His comments will be endearing to fans who share the same sentiment and Collider document his hopes and expectations for the new films. He mentions how his meeting with Lucas went, and how it didn’t take Fisher long to tell him she’s in, although he also goes on to say that he has no issues with CGI but doesn’t want the next film to make viewers feel that a green-screen has been used.

 

 

Alternate version Carrie Fisher tribute & Luke/Leia tribute to Lime’s Did You See That

May 12, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9ecgeeZ-C0

Published on May 9, 2013

All visuals owned by Lucasfilm, Muppet Show, Disney. Audio owned by Lime (Denyse LePage & Denis LePage). Alternate remix version of my other Luke/Leia & Carrie tribute. I had a blast making this.

2013 Calgary Expo Carrie Fisher Panel. April 27. 2013. Part 3 Of 3.

May 12, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbVQ6tQ0Cbs

Published on May 3, 2013

2013 Calgary Expo Carrie Fisher Panel. April 27. 2013. Part 3 Of 3.


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